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3 Dec
2014

Telegraph sports writer Terry Godwin has died

Terry Godwin wrote on rugby and boxing for the Telegraph, Express and People. His funeral will be held in Amersham on Dec 12

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26 Nov
2014

London Marathon appoints Dain as press chief

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Dain is well-known among athletics writers and cycling correspondents, having worked in the sports over the past 30 years

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26 Nov
2014

Midlands football merry-go-round among media

Brian Doogan: transferred from Villa to Everton

West Brom and Birmingham City’s press offices have both pilfered respected local reporters while Aston Villa are looking for a replacement for their Everton-bound head of media, Brian Doogan

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21 Nov
2014

Photographer honoured alongside athletes by BAWA

For her gutsy runs at the Commonwealth Games and winning the 10,000m title at the Europeans, Jo Pavey gets Randall Northam's vote

Veteran sports photographer Mark Shearman was honoured at an awards lunch today, as the BAWA named Jo Pavey and Greg Rutherford as their athletes of the year

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21 Nov
2014

#SJA2014: Why Greg Rutherford gets my vote

European, Commonwealth and Olympic champion: long jumper Greg Rutherford ought not be overlooked

“It’s like being the best in the business and they tell you that they’ve brought along some intern and they’re going to pay him more than you purely because they might possibly do well in the future. Surely, that’s not how it should work?”

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20 Nov
2014

Cricket Paper and Cricinfo scoop prizes from ECB

Cricket Paper

“The print, online and broadcast media play a vital role in the wider promotion of our domestic game and we were delighted to see such strong competition for this year’s award”

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1 Nov
2014

How football still kicked off as country went to war

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ANTON RIPPON looks back a hundred years at the public and press reaction to the 1914-1915 football season, which continued against the backdrop of a world war

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30 Oct
2014

Guardian News and Media: cricket news reporter

We expect you to be an advocate of our values and passionate about our core purpose and editorial principles. Ours is a fast paced work environment and you will be adept at managing multiple priorities while delivering excellent results

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28 Oct
2014

Mirror Online: sports writers

The primary focus of the role will be live blogging of sporting events and breaking news stories, but will also include story and feature writing, commissioning, subbing and editing copy, and spreading our message through social media channels

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27 Oct
2014

Tottenham football historian Andy Porter has died

Andy Porter: the Spurs historian was a great help to football writers

Every football writer across the country ever needing Spurs facts and figures went to Andy as the font of all knowledge. We were all very grateful for his information and help

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